5 REASONS WHY WE DON’T ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE

5 Reasons Why We Don't Achieve Excellence

There are many factors that can cause you to fail. On my personal development path, I came across these factors which can prevent you from getting to where you want to get.

Hopefully, I was able to overcome them and today I will share with you the 5 factors that you will come across on your journey to excellence.

1. Afraid to take risk

If you want to be successful there is no other way around. You have to take calculated risks. The person who never tried anything risky makes no mistakes. But, not making any attempt is, in fact, a bigger mistake than making the attempt and failing.

If you don’t take risks you will lose the opportunities given to you. Take risks, but don’t gamble. Take risks to move ahead in life with your eyes wide open, gamblers take risks with eyes closed. Continue reading “5 REASONS WHY WE DON’T ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE”

Professional Vs. Amateur

professional vs amateur

To become a pro is a disciplined process. Amateur people has a bad view of looking at successful people by thinking that they took some magic pill or they were lucky to be where they are right now whether in sports or life in general. They think that they can become a pro in one or two weeks but that’s not the case.

If you want to be a pro at anything in life and master that specific thing you have to have patience. You will fail many times is the process before becoming a master at it, the price of discipline is big. Most people do not have patience give up while still being an amateur that’s why we have more amateur than professionals.

” As an inventor, Thomas Edison made 1,000 unsuccessful attempts at inventing the light bulb. When a reporter asked, “How did it feel to fail 1,000 times?” Edison replied, “I didn’t fail 1,000 times. The lightbulb was an invention with 1,000 steps.”

So, to become a professional at anything you need to go through a lot of failures, the more you fail the closer you are to becoming a professional at it.

 

Some Qualities of Both:

Amateur procrastinates / Professional take action.

Amateur want instant success / Professional concentrate on improving each day.

Amateur practice enough / Professional practice relentlessly.

Amateur thinks Sprint / Professional think Marathon.

Amateur fear failure / Professional wants to fail more.

Amateur want attention / Professional want to be remembered.

Always Stay Great.